I made the classic OREO Balls recipe into Christmas OREO Balls with these easy decorating ideas. The Rudolph OREO Balls were a hit (obviously, they are so cute!) My kids love being the official Sprinkle Adders to put festive holiday red, green and white sugar sprinkles on top of the chocolate and white candy-coated OREO truffles.
The Rudolph OREO balls are adorable and a for sure attention-getter at the dessert table. Even though they are simple to make, they will take a little bit more time than regular OREO balls. Not much more time, but just know they are a little more labor intensive. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer OREO balls are totally worth the extra effort, though!
OREO balls are a no bake treat everyone will love. It’s fun to put a holiday spin on them and take to cookie exchanges and bring as Christmas party desserts.
TIP: Melt the candy coating in smaller batches so it does not re-harden before you have the chance to dip all the balls. I usually melt 3-4 almond bark squares at a time. If I am using candy melts, I melt about a cup and a half at a time.
NOTE: I was able to make about 36 OREO balls per package of OREO cookies (14.3 ounce package.) You may get more or less, depending on the size of the OREO balls. I use about a Tablespoon scoop of OREO ball dough to make each ball.
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Have you ever made OREO balls? Let me know how your Christmas OREO balls turn out.
You’ll love this other Christmas OREO Recipe! Check out my Holiday OREO Cookies and White Chocolate Bark recipe.
Rudolph OREO Balls Recipe
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